14.78 .. A 0.0200-kg bolt moves with SHM that has an amplitude of 0.240 m and a period of 1.500 s. The displacement of the bolt is +0.240 m when t = 0. Compute (a) the displacement of the bolt when t = 0.500 s; (b) the magnitude and direction of the force acting on the bolt when t = 0.500 s; (c) the minimum time required for the bolt to move from its initial position to the point where x = -0.180 m; (d) the speed of the bolt when x = -0.180 m.

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